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To the memory of Miss Carrie Lyman who. in her 
many years of service, proved herself a dedicated 
teacher, a faithful mentor, and an understanding 
friend to all who sought to attain her own high 
standards of work and conduct, we respectfully 
dedicate this yearbook. 



Many friendships and countless happy events 
have brought us joy during our days at Tenney 
High. As the course of our lives is being rapidly 
changed in this age of satellites and missiles, our 
memories will tend to become blurred. To help 
restore a clear imarge of those who formed such a 
vital part of our lives for four happy years, the 
"Torch" presents a panorama of our senior year. 
To my staff and the many who have aided us in 
producing this yearbook my sincere and heartfelt 
thanks. 




MR. W. EARL LISTER, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Principal 






MISS DOROTHY CHADWICK, B.S., Ed.M. 
Dean of Girls, Physical Education 




MR. ALFRKD N. LAW, B. S.. Ed. M. 
Guidance Director 




MR. JACK BARRY 
B.S. 
Director of 
Physical Education 



MISS MARY BROUDER 
B.S.. Ed.M. 
Home Economics 

MISS CATHERINE COLE 
B.B.A. 
Typing, Office Practice 




MRS. ETHEL BROADBENT 
Ph.B.. Ed.M. 

Civics _ 



MISS AGNES J. BROUDER 
A.B., Ed.M. 
Latin 




MR. EDWARD COMPTOIS 
Choral Music 

MRS. HAZEL HADFIELD 
Orchestra 



MISS ALICE COULSON 
A.B.. Ed.M. 
English 

M I (...A I 




MISS ROSE DANELIAN 
A.B.. Ed.M. 



Civics 




MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 
B.A. 
Latin, Engli 



MR. JOSEPH DERBY 
B.S. 

Algebra, Plane Geometry 



MISS KATHLEEN M. DORAN 
B.S., Ed.M. 
Stenography 








MR. JAMES FORD 
B.A. 
English, Science 

MR. JOHN J. HANNIGAN 
Ph.B., Ed.M. 



MRS. STEPHANIE HATCH 
B.S., M.S. 
Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry 
Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra 




THOMAS HARDACRE 
A.B., M.S. 
Biology 




MR. WILLIAM M. KENNEDY 
A.B. 
History 
Problems of Democracy 




MR. RENE MORISETTE 
Cadets 



MRS. MARGARET O'DOWD 
B.S. in Ed. 
Business Training, Typing 
World Geography 




MR. WALTER C. ROBERTS /rv) 
B.S. in Ed., Ed.M. 
Science, Mathematics 




MR. JOHN J. O'WRIL 
Machine Shop 



MR. WILLIAM PICCERILLO 
A.B., M.A. 
Italian, French 

MR. ERNEST RAMSBOTHAM 
A.B., Ed.M. 
Driver Education, Library 



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MR LEONARD M. RUSHTON 
B.S., Ed.M., M.A. 
Problems of Democracy 
Law. Economics 



MISS MARJORIE L. SHERMAN 
A.B.. Ed.M. 
Algebra 

MISS ELIZABETH F. SMITH 
A.B.. Ed.M. 
HistoFy, English 




MR WILLIAM RUSSELL 
A.B. 

Chemistry, ,Physic> 




MR. WILLIAM SHEA, JR. 
B.A. 

Mechanical Drawing 




■Ml -a* JANET TULLY 
Secretary 



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MRS. VIRGINIA WILMAN 
B.S. 

General Science 



MISS RUTH E. WRIGHT 
A.B.. Ed.M. 
History. French 





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CAROL ADAMS 

Bonnie 

"What's the latest hairdo?" 
Ambition: Legal Secretary 
Y-Teens 1 : Commencement 
Usherette; PTSA Representa- 
tive 2; College Club 4; Blue 
and White 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



BARBARA ALCARESE 

Barb 

"Now you see her, now you 
don't." 

Ambition: To live a life of 
service. 

Yearbook Editor; Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; 
Math Club President 2; Blue 
and White 3, 4; Student 
Council 3; Student Exchange 
3; DAR Good Citizenship 
Award 3; Girls' A A 2; Vari- 
ous Committees. 



ROBERT ANDREW 

/. B. Andrew 
"An all-round good fellow." 
Football 2, 3, 4; Cadets 1, 3, 
Captain 4; Various Commit- 
tees. 



GERALD S. ANDREWS 

Jer 

"He isn't very noisy, nor is 
he very shy He has a win- 
ning smile and a twinkle in 

his eye." 

Ambition: IBM Operator 
Baseball 2; Track 3. 




ELEANOR ANTONELLI 

Elly 

"A smile, a blush — Beware!" 
Ambition: Secretary 
Commercial Club 4; Blue and 
White 4; Italian Club. 



JOHN ARAKELIAN 

Johnereno 
"Never too busy to say hello!' 
Ambition: Poultry Farmer 
Various Committees. 



BARBARA V. AUBERT 

Barb 

"A girl with a twirl!" 
Ambition: Secretary 
Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
2, 3; Hockey 1; Blue and 
White 3, 4; Girls' AA 1, 2, 3; 
Various Committees. 



MARIANNE 
BADOLATO 

"Every inch an artist!" 
Ambition: To study the arts 
Italian Club 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 





EUNICE E. BAKER 

"Just be natural; you're nat- 
urally nice." 

Ambition: A successful future 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; College 
Club 4; Various Committees. 




GRACE 
BARRACLOUGH 

Gazie 

"As pretty as a daisy" is this 
new member of our class from 
Deering High School in Port- 
land, Maine. 

Ambition: To have a happy 
life 

Various Committees. 



RICHARD E. BENNETT 

Mousie 

"Clear the road . . . Here 
comes Mousie!" 
Ambition: Navy 

Cadets 1. 



EDWARD C. 
BENOIT, JR. 

Ted 

"How are you fixed for 
blades?" 

Ambition: Machinist 
Talent Show 2, 3; Glee Club 
3, 4?. Senior Plav; Basketball 
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M. CATHERINE 
BERGMAN 

Cathy 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, 
And her laughter never dies." 
Ambition: To be just plain 
happy. 

Girls' AA 1; Various Com- 
mittees. 



DORIS BERNARD 

Dot 

"A little work, a little play.' 
Various Committees. 



WILLIAM LOUIS 
BOSCO 

W illyum 
"The sheik of Araby!" 
Ambition: Pharmacist 
Football 2, 3. 




JACQUELINE A. 
BOUDREAU 

Jackie 

"Ready and raring to go!" 
Ambition: Professional singer 
Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Vice Pres- 
ident 2; Blue and White Staff 
3, 4; Basketball 2; Talent 
Show 1, 3; Senior Play; Var- 
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JOHN BRACISKA 

Lith 

"Swish! And the score goes 
up another notch!" 
Ambition: Salesman 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Baseball 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Blue and White Staff 
4; Various Committees. 



RUSSELL BREARLEY 
Bud 

"We're glad he's a member 
of our class." 
Ambition: Accountant. 



PATRICIA BRETT 

Pat 

"Some think the world is 
made for fun and frolic, and 
so do I!" 

Ambition : Social worker 
Tri-Hi-Y ; Various Commit- 
tees. 



JUDITH BROUCK 

Judie 

"Give her a chance and she'll 
find romance." 

Ambition: A successful future 
Girls' AA 1, 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 




DOROTHEA BUDD 

Dorrie 

"Life is a jest and all things 
show it. I thought so once, 
but now I know it." 

Ambition: A successful nurse 
Field Hockey Manager 3, 4; 
Basketball Manager 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, Recording 
Secretary 4; Cheerleader 4; 
Blue and White Staff 1, 2, 3, 
4; Girls' A A 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 



MAUREEN L. BURKE 

Mo 

"Begin each day with a 
cheery smile and a happy 
hello." 

Ambition: To be successful 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Sec- 
retary 4; Senior Play; Col- 
lege Club 3, 4; Talent Show 
2; Girls' AA 2; PTSA Rep- 
resentative 3; Cadet Queen; 
Various Committees. 



JAMES CAMERON 

Porky 

"Full of pranks." 
Ambition: Draftsman. 



RICHARD 
CARBONNEAU 

"Where women be, there be 
I also." 

Ambition: Optometrist 
Cadets 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4. 





BERNICE ANN 
CIESLIK 

Bernie 

"An excellent medley for se- 
riousness and fun." 
Ambition: A commercial art- 
ist 

Tri-Hi-Y 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play. 



EMILY CONNELL 

Lee 

"Flitting here, flitting there!" 
Ambition: Nurse 
College Club 2, 3, 4; Math 
Club 2; Field Hockey 1; Blue 
and White Staff 3, Editor 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff; Girls' AA 2; Various 
Committees. 



MARGARET CONOM 

Peggy 

"Something to think about." 
Ambition: Teacher 
Blue and White Staff 1, 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club; Girls' AA 2; 
Various Committees. 



PATRICIA CROSS 

Pat 

"A face that wins friends; a 
personality that keeps them." 
Ambition: To get married 
Y-Teens 4; Commercial Club 
4; Various Committees. 



DONALD EDWARD 
CROSSLEY 
Don 

"Watch the world go by." 
Ambition: Draftsman. 



CAROLYN JOAN 
CRUCIUS 

Col 

"She may be quiet and de- 
mure. Maybe — don't be too 



Ambition: Bookkeeper 
Commercial Club 4; Vari 
Committees. 



JOAN MARIE CYR 

Sparky 

"A girl with an appealing 
smile; Her line of pals ex- 
tends a mile." 
Ambition: Hairdresser 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM H. DALTON 

Bill 

"My car is my weakness!" 
Ambition: Engineering 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 





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JOYCE M. DeANDRUS 

"Sometimes grave, sometimes 
gay . . . But we like her 
every way." 

Ambition: Medical Secretary 
Girls' AA 1; Basketball Man- 
ager 2, 3. 4; Blue and White 
3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; 
Math Club 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 




JAMES DELANEY 

Jacques 
"Trouble never troubles him. 
Ambition: Artist. 




MARY DERDERIAN 

"With always a smile as she 
goes past, what a wonderful 
friend is this charming lass." 
Ambition: To travel 
Yearbook staff, Assistant Ed- 
itor; Blue and White 4; Col- 
lege Club 2, 3, 4; Honor So- 
ciety 3, Treasurer 4; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1; Com- 
mencement Usherette; Vari- 
ous Committees. 



CHARLES M. 
DE PIETRO 

Chuck 

"He isn't very noisy, nor is 
he very shy. He has a win- 
ning way, and a sparkle in 
his eye." 

Ambition: "To own a 'new' 
car" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CONSTANCE T. 
DONOVAN 

Connie 

"A girl who may seem quiet 
to you. But ask her friends 
if this is true." 
Ambition: Nurse 
Yearbook Staff, Assistant Ed- 
itor; College Club 3, 4; Hon- 
or Society 3, 4; Girls' AA 2; 
Various Committees. 



RUTH E. DOYLE 

Doothy Royale 
"She conceals only what 
knows not." 
Ambition: Biologist 

Various Committees. 



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LIONEL DUPONT 

Butch 
"Beyond dull care!" 
Ambition: Draftsman. 




DOROTHY ELDON 

Dotty 

"A touch of deviltry lurks in 

her eyes ! " 

Ambition: Secretary 

Band 3, 4; Commercial Club 

4; Talent Show 1, 3; Various 

Committees. 




EDWARD ELIAS JR. 

Elmer 
"Silence is deceiving" 
Ambition: Officer in the Ser- 
vice 

Baseball 1; Various Commit- 
tees. 



ELAINE ELIET 

Lani 

"Quietly she goes her way, 
Does her share with little to 
say." 

Ambition: Secretary) 
Girls' AA 2fl BWind White 
Staff 4; Y^ens l\\ 2; Com- 
mercial JBlub 4;',J Various 



CAROLE ANN EPP 

Carrie 

"She shines in her sincerity." 
Ambition : Medical Secretary 
College Club 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 




MARGARET 
ELIZABETH EPP 

Muggs 

"She has a friend for every 
smile, and a smile for every 
friend." 

Ambition : Psychologist 
College Club 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 




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ELSIE S. ESPERIAN 

EUie 

"Where there's fun, she's al- 
ways in it." 

Ambition: Private Secretary 
Class Treasurer 1, 2; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 
1; Basketball 2; Various 
Committees. 



RACHEL FARELLI 

Cuddles 
"Cheerfulness and personality 
plus ! " 

Ambition: Nurse 

Various Committees. 



CAROL FARQUHAR 

Squeaks 
"Look in her eyes, see an an- 
gel; look again, see an imp." 
Ambition: Physical Therapist 
Glee Club 4; Yearbook Staff, 
Art Chairman; Various Com- 
mittees. 



CAROLYN FAY 

Faye 

"A girl with a great big 

smile To make life happy all 

the while." 

Ambition: Secretary 

Y-Teens I J Girls' AA 2; 

Commercial Club 4; Various 

Committees. 



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GERALD FAY 

Buster 

'Good at work — good at 
play!" 

Ambition: Pilot 

Various Committees. 



ATHENA FELIDES 

Chubs 
"Let swing be king!" 
Ambition: Secretary 
Talent Show 3; Commercial 
Club 4; Senior Play; Various 
Committees. 



MICHAEL FERRARA 

Mike 

"His bark is worse than his 
bite." 

Ambition: Band Leader 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GERALDINE FERRARO 

Geri 

"A bundle of fun!" 
Ambition: Nurse 

Various Committees. 



JOANNE FERRARO 

Jo 

"A person worth knowing!' 
Ambition : Secretary 

Various Committees. 



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Camie 

"She's carefree and smart ; 
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Ambition: 
lionaire 

Yearbook Staff, Assistant Ed- 
itor; Honor Society 3, 4; Col- 
lege Club 2, 3, President 4; 
Girls' State Representative; 
DAR Good Citizenship Award 
2; Blue and White 3. 4; Ital- 
ian Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Various Committees. 



ANNE PATRICIA 
FLUET 



Anne 

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"Petite 
mind." 

Ambition: Nuclear Physicist 
Yearbook Staff; College Club 
3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. 



PAUL FLUET 

"Merrily on his way!" 
Ambition : Accountant 

Commercial Club 4. 







FRANCES C. FOSTER 

Frannie 

"A winning way, a pleasant 
smile, Dressed so neat and 
quite in style." 
Ambition: Teacher 
Glee Club 1, 2; Blue and 
White Staff 4; Yearbook 
Staff; Girls' A A 2; Basket- 
ball Manager 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Commencement 
Usherette 3; Field Hockey 1, 
2, 3, Captain 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



MARGARET FOX 

Peggy 

"In silence many virtues 
hide." 

Ambition: Airline Hostess 
Commercial Club 4; Various 
Committees. 



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GENE FRAGALA 

"Where to find his equal 
would be hard to tell." 
Ambition: Accountant 
Commercial Club 4. 



MILDRED FRYE 

Millie 

"Alert and happy all the 
while, Millie's witty remarks 
bring many a smile." 
Ambition: Airline Hostess 
Commercial Club 4; Girls' 
AA 2; Various Committees. 



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JACQUELYN GAGNE 

Jackie 

"We like you for your genial 
air, Your artistic talent is 
really rare." 
Ambition: Secretary 
Basketball 1 ; Commercial 
Club 4. 



MARILYN GAGNE 

Lyn 

"A pleasant smile, a winning 
way." 

Ambition: Secretary 
Commercial Club 4; Girls' 

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PHILIP GAGNON 
Flash 

"Flash is ready, off goes the 
gun, The tape is broken, the 
race is won." 

Ambition: Military Policeman 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2; Track 1; Cadets 1, 2; 
Color Guard 1. 



PATRICIA GALLANT 
Pat 

"And I haven't got a worry 
in the world." 
Ambition: Receptionist 
Y-Teens 4; Commercial Clu! 
4; Various Committees. 




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GERTRUDE 
GIARDINELLA 

Terry 

"Silence speaks for itself.' 
Ambition: Receptionist 



RICHARD GOBEL 

Dick 

"A well liked member of our 

class." 

Ambition: Navy 

Various Committees. 



BEVERLYANN M. 
GRASSO 

Jinx 

"One of the crowd." 
Ambition: Medical Secretary 
Y-Teens 1, 4; Girls' AA 2; 
Various Committees. 



VINCENT GRECO 

Grinnie 

"A flash of color, and a whir 
of tires, There goes the guy 
the girls admire.." 
Ambition: To win the Indian- 
apolis 500 

Football 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 
4; Talent Show 3; Track 3; 
Various Committees. 



ELAINE MARIE GLELI 

Ellie 

"You only think you know 
her." 

Ambition: To pass Senior 
English 

College Club 2, 4: Italian 
Club 3: Various Committees. 



PETER GUGLIELMINO 

Pete 

''Tenshun, you all!" 
Ambition: Air Force 
Cadets 3, 4. 



EDWARD HABEEB 

Hajji Babba 
"Edward Habeeb is my name, 
Don't you think I'll gain some 
fame?" 

Ambition: Dedicated father 
Cadet Officer 3, 4; Various 
Committees. 



ROBERT HABEEB 

Bob 

"Now here's a boy who's on 
the beam, Jo most of the 
girls he's quite, a dream." 
Ambition : Electrical Tech- 
nician 

Glee Club 3, 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 







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RUTH ANN HABEEB 

"Friendship is something to 
be treasured." 

Ambition: Dedicated elemen- 
tary school teacher. 
Glee Club 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 
2; Girls' AA 2; Field Hock- 
ey Manager 4; Blue and 
White 4; Various Commit- 
tees. 



BARRY HAJJAR 

Little Butcher 
"Happy am I, from care I'm 
free, Why aren't they all con- 
tented like me?" 

Ambition: Devoted meat cut- 
ter 

Various Committees. 



CLIFFORD HALLER 

Cliff 

"Stand by, a mighty man is 
passing!" 

Ambition: Mechanical Engi- 
neer 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 

1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, 

2, 3, 4; Yearbook Circulation 
Chairman; Senior Play; Good 
Citizenship Award 2; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



CHARLES HAMBLET 

Chuck 

"We can start now, Charlie's 
here ! " 

Ambition: Engineer 
'Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2; Cadets 1; Class Sec- 
retary 2; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Blue and White 2; 
Senior Play; Yearbook Busi- 
ness Chairman; Honor Society 
3, 4; Various Committees. 



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ANN MARIE 
HAMILTON 

Ann 

"We searched and searched 
'til at last we found, A red- 
head who was with no temper 
endowed." 

Ambition: Nursing Specialist 
Glee Club 4; Blue and White 
1, 2; Girls' A A 2; PTSA 
Representative 1, 2; Various 
Committees. 



WILLIAM HASWELL 

m/i 

"A man of few words is he." 
Ambition : Engineer 

Various Committees. 



FRANK HAYDEN 

Doc 

"A captivating smile and 
wavy hair, Will get Frank 
anywhere." 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
4; Senior Play. 



ROBERT HERTRICH 

Hetch 
"Be happy-go-lucky." 
Ambition: Mechanic 
Cadets 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; 
Various Committees. 



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DIANA 
HIGGINBOTTOM 

Higgy 

"Enthusiasm is never lacking." 
Ambition: Private Secretary 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Girls' 
AA 2; Y-Teens 4; Various 
Committees. 



JOHN HOBBS 

Hobbsie 
"You-ooo send me!" 
Ambition: Electrical Tech- 
nician 

Various Committees. 



JANE HODGE 

Janie 

"A merry maid is she." 
Ambition: Nurse 
Glee Club 2; Girls' AA 2; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Honor So- 
ciety 3, Secretary 4; Senior 
Play; Various Committees. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH 
HOFFMEIR 

Bill 

'"There's humor in every- 
thing." 

Ambition: Forestry 

Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; 

Basketball 4. 



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FAITH HOLDEN 

"Sweet and lovely." 

Ambition: Teacher 

Blue and White 4; Various 

Committees. 



JOHN T. HOLGATE 

Jack 

"Did you get a shock. Jack?" 
Ambition: Electrical Engineer 
Radio Club 3, 4. 



SANFORD 
HORSKIN JR. 

Sandy 
"Ever friendly" 
Ambition: Agricultural School 
Football 1. 



JUDITH ANNE 
HOUGHTON 

Judy 

"And then there was danc- 
ing — " 

Ambition: Nurse 
Glee Club 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 





JOHN HUGHES 

Jack 

"You've got to be happy." 
Ambition: Rich Bachelor 
Track 2. 



PRISCILLA ALDEN 
HURLBUTT 

"Full of ambition, she's sure 
to succeed, She has the brains 
that she will need." 
Ambition: English Teacher 
College Club 2, 4; Com- 
mencement Usherette 3; Hon- 
or Society 3, President 4; 
Italian Club 4; 
White Staff 4. 



WILLIAM R. 
IANNALFO 

Bill 

"Never get that work done, 
sleeping in the sun." 
Ambition: Business School 
Commercial Club 4. 



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DAVID JOSEPH JEAN 

Dave 

"There is always time." 
Ambition: Armed Service 
Football 4; Basketball 4. 



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WILLIAM KADY 


Chris 


Jack 


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Bill 


"Mischief is her delight, 


"Happy days are here again." 


"He watches from his lofty 


"And why worry what to- 


laughter her goal." 


Ambition: Navy 


li'i^hts." 


morrow brings." 


Ambition: Hairdressing 


Cadets 1; Glee Club 3, 4; 


Ambition: Baker 


Ambition: Electronic Engi- 


Commercial Club 4; Y-Teens 


Various Committees. 


Italian Club 2; Various Com- 


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4; Girls' A A 2; Various Com- 




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ARLINE JOAN KAHAN 

"A light heart lives longer." 
Ambition: Nurse 
Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Math Club 
1. 2; College Club 2. 3. 4; 
Various Committees. 



BEVERLY KENNEDY 

Bev 

"A sunny nature wins lasting 
friend?" 

Ambition: Secretary- 
Field Hockey 1; Glee Club. 3, 
4; Commercial Club 4; Y- 
Teens 4; Various Committees. 



ROBERT KENNEDY 

Bob 

''Better late than never." 
Ambition: Teacher 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



KHALAF E. KHALAF 

Kal 

"Argument is the gift of 
nature." 

Ambition: Businessman 
Student Council 4; Glee Club 
3, 4. 




JUDITH ANN 
KILCOYNE 

Judi 

"You're a cute little head- 
ache, and lots of fun." 
Ambition: Nurse 
Glee Club 3, 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



MARY LOU KING 

Shorty 
"A regular card." 
Ambition: Civil Engineer 
Math Club 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3; College Club 4. I 



JANE ANNE KINLOCK 

"A dramatic touch, a witty 
word." 

Ambition : Biology teacher — 
like Mr. Hardacre 
Talent Show 1 ; Cheerleader 
3, 4; Blue and White Staff 
2; Yearbook Staff; College 
Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' AA 2; 
Various Committees. 



MARIE LAMBERT 

"Sailing through the sea of 
life." 

Ambition: Nurse 
Majorette 3, 4; Honor Soci- 
ety 3, 4; Commencement Ush- 
erette 3; College Club 2, 3, 
4; Girls' AA 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 





GLORIA 
LAMONTAGNE 

Glo 

"We like your genial air." 
Ambition: Dietician 
Glee Club 3, 4; College Club 
3, 4; Various Committees. 



henry McGregor 
lancaster 

Hank 

"Tis folly to be wise." 
Ambition: Armed Forces 
Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 
4; Cadets 3, Officer 4; Vari- 
ous Committees. 



MARY LAORENZA 

May 

"I'm sitting on top of the 
world." 

Ambition: Secretary 
Y-Teens 1; Talent Show 3; 
Commercial Club 4; Senior 
Play. 



BARBARA LAWRIE 

Barb 

"Silent and sweet, she always 
looks neat." 

Ambition: Airline Hostess 
Commercial Club 4; Y-Teens 1. 



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RICHARD LEACH 

Dick 

"Mirth is my companion." 
Ambition: Draftsman 
Cadets 1; Bowling 3; Vari- 
ous Committees. 



JEFFERSON M. LEE 

Speedy 

"A valuable link in our chain 
of classmates." 
Ambition: Lawyer. 



JOYCE LEES 

Flees 

"Lovely to look at, delightful 
to know." 

Ambition : Cosmetologist 
Student Council 3, President 
4; Yearbook Staff; Major- 
ettes 3; Various Committees. 



MARY ELLEN 
LEVESQUE 

"Giggle, and Mary Ellen gig- 
gles more." 

Ambition: To see the world 
College Club 2, 4; Math Club 
2, 4; Girls' A A 2; Various 
Committees. 





ROBERT LIMA 

Bob 
"Why worry?" 
Ambition: Radio Announcer 

Band 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



MARY JANE LINEHAN 

Cuddles 
"There's mischief 
dimple." 

Ambition: Hair Stylist 
Commercial Club 4; 
mencement Usherette 3; Var- 
ious Committees. 



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CAROLYNNE B. LOS 

Cricket 

"They like her most who 
know her best." 
Ambition: Nurse 
Blue and White 2; College 
Club 4; Various Committees. 




RICHARD B. LYNCH 

Dick 

"A merry prankster." 
Ambition: State Trooper 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. 




PATRICIA MAHONEY 
Pat 

"Life is what you make it." 
Ambition: Private Secretary 
Girls' A A 2; Y-Teens 4; Var- 
ious Committees. 



ROBERT MAILHOT 

Scurvy 

"His military manner does not 
surpass his personality." 
Ambition: Draftsman 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WALTER A. 
MARGERISON 

Walt 

"Always ready for fun." 
Ambition: Pilot 
Glee Club 3, 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



BRENDA MARSH 

"Just pleasure and laughter — 
That's all she's after." 
Ambition: Bank Position 
Orchestra 1 ; Various Com- 
mittees. 





CAROLE MARSLAND 

Peanuts 
"Quiet, but efficient." 
Commencement Usherette 3 



ISABELL JOAN 
MARTELLE 

h 

"Sincere friendliness." 
Ambition : Policewoman 
Y-Teens 1, 2; Commercial 
Club 4. 



CAROLINE MATHEWS 

Patchy 

"Her voice was ever soft, 

gentle, and low." 

Ambition : Model 

Y-Teens 3. 4; Orchestra 1. 




MARGUERITE 
M. MAX 

Midge 

"As free as the breeze." 
Ambition : Secretary 

Commercial Club 4. 

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RICHARD MAZIARZ 

Dick 

'Make haste slowly." 
Cadets 1, 4. 



JOHN Mr ANDREW 

Brother 

"A little nonsense now and 
then. Is relished by the be-t 
of men." 

Ambition: Electrical Engineer 
Band 1; Math Club 1, 4; 
Various Committees. 



byron paul 
McCarthy 

Mac 

"Many a female heart 
ters." 

Ambition: Electrical En; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Math 
4; Various Committees. 



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ineer 
Club 



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timothy McCarthy 

Tim 

"Never on furtive mischief 
bent. He's always on his task* 
intent." 

Ambition: History and Social 
Science 

College Club 2. 3: DAR Good 
Citizenship Award 3; Chess 
Club 3, 4. 










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JOHN JAMES 
McMORROW, JR. 

Jim 

"A hearty laugh is good med- 
icine." 

Ambition: Enter the Univer- 
sity of New Hampshire 
College Club 2; Orchestra 1. 



CARMEL MELISI 

Mel 

"To keep happy is all I try 
to do." 

Ambition: English teacher 
College Club 4; Italian Club 
Officer 4; Various Commit- 
tees. 



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BRENDA MELLOR 

Cookie 

"She has a smile for every- 
body." 

Ambition: Travel through 
Canada 

Girls' AA 2; Commercial 
Club 4; Various Committees. 




MAUREEN METCALFE 

Moe 

"Always full of fun, you bet ; 
Just the girl you can't forget." 
Ambition: Comptometrist 
Talent Show 3; Y-Teens 4; 
Commercial Club 4; Various 
Committees. 



CAROLE A. MEYER 

"Keep your sunny side up." 
Ambition: To be successful 
in whatever 1 do. 
Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Student Council 
2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 
3; Student Exchange 3 
Cheerleader 3, Captain 4 
Yearbook Staff; Girls' AA 2 
Various Committees. 



CLARICE GAIL MIELE 

Tuffy 

"No mischief, but Tuffy is at 
the bottom of it." 
Ambition: Secretary 
Italian Club 3; Various Com- 
mitter-. 



WILLIAM MORELLE 

Bill 

"A friend worth having." 
Ambition: Certified Public 
Accountant. 



CAROLE MURACH 

W ow 

'Always be happy." 



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ROBERT MURAD 

Bob 

"Happy, and from care I'm 
free; As long as Eleanor sits 
near me." 

Ambition: Radio and tele- 
vision technician 
Cadets 1 ; Secretary Radio 
Club 3, President 4. 



PATRICIA MURPHY 

Bonnie 

"Cheerful, snappy, and always 
happy." 

Ambition: To get married 
Y-Teens 4; Commercial Club 
4; Various Committees,. 



OLGA CLAIR NASSAR 

Lucky 

"She's trim and neat from 
head to feet." 

Ambition: Be a nurse; marry 
a doctor and have six kids 
Student Council 1 ; Blue and 
White 2; Yearbook Photogra- 
phy Chairman; Senior Play; 
Math Club 2; Debating Club 
2; Honor Society 3, Vice 
President 4; Field Hockey 1, 
2; College Club 2, 3; Various 
Committees. 



NINA NICOLOSI 

Nick 

"I'd rather be small and shy, 
than be large and cast a shad- 
ow." 

Ambition: Fashion Designer 
Commercial Club 4; Italian 
Club 2; Various Committees. 




PATRICIA A. O'NEIL 


SHIRLEY MAE PATCH 


MARGERY A. PAUK 


STELLA C. PEPIN 


N. R. 


"A pleasing way wins a 


Margie 


Stel 


"Cute as a trick, and just as 


friend each day." 


"Powder your face with sun- 


"The longer you know her. 


much fun." 


Ambition: Secretary 


shine." 


the better you like her." 


Ambition: Airline Hostess 


Majorettes 2. 


Ambition: Pharmacist 


Ambition: Airline Hostess 


Talent Show 3; Y-Teens 4; 


College Club 4; Glee Club 


Various Committees. 


Various Committees. 




1 ; Various Committees. 







MARY PERDIS 

Tootsit 

"A winning way. a winning 
smile." 

Ambition: Legal Secretary 
Commercial Club 4: Com- 
mencement Usherette 3; ^ar- 
kms Committees. 



PETER PERONT 

Pete 

"Right as rain." 



NEIL PERRY 

"Silence is golden . 
teacher is looking." 





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JAMES PICARILLO 

Pic 

"Went in one ear and out thi 

other." 

Ambition: Navy 
Glee Club 3.4; Talent Show 3, 



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MARY PIERCE 

"Greatly appreciated by the 
opposite sex." 




SANDRA R. PIEROG 

Candy 

"A brieht smile and a cheerv 
Hi." 

Ambition : Dental Hygienisl 
Glee Club 2. 3, 4; Allege 
Gub 4: Various Committee*. 



RICHARD PIROZEK 

Dick 

"A silent man is a wise man." 
Baseball 1: Athletic Manager 
I: Cadets 1. 2. 3. Officer 4. 



SANDRA LEE PLATT 

M "A 

"She's shy and petite^ aada- 

ewi so sweet- - V*M 
Ambition : Dental Hy sieaist 
Senior Plav; C lle-e Onb 2. 




GEORGE POMPHRET 


SANDRA MARY 


MARILYN PRUN1ER 


STANLEY PUZN1AK 


"Easy is as easy does." 


POTVIN 


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Stan 


Cadets 1. 


Sandy 


"A bundle of pep." 


"Girls swoon at the wink of 




"Little girl with a turned up 


Ambition: Secretary 


hm eye." 




nose." 


Y-Teens 4; Glee Onb L 2, 


Ambition: Engineer 




Ambition: Commercial Artist 


3 T 4; Commercial Club 4: 


Cadets L 2, 3, Officer 4; 




Senior Play; Glee Club 1, 2, 


V anous Committees. 


Football 3: Track 3; Varices 




3, 4; Italian Club 4. 




Committees. 



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RICHARD RALPH 

Kick 

"The man of independent 
mind." 

Ambition: Engineer 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 
2; Cadet Officer 4; Color 
Guard 4. 



EDWARD V. REED 
Ed 

"Speaking of antiques . . ." 
Ambition : College Professor 
College Club 2, 3. 4: Glee 
Club 1, 2; Chess Club 3, 4; 
Various Committees. 



SEBASTIAN SAM 
REITANO 

Sonny 

"Where there's a will there's 
a way." 

Ambition: Accountant 
Bowling 4. 



SHIRLEY RICCI 

Skirl 

~Nr»er a moment to spare." 
Ambitiaa: Secretary 
Cheerleader 4: Student Coun- 
cil 4; Field Hockey 1. 2. 3; 
Har awl White 2; Math 
Club Pnfsuieot 1 ; S«uor 
Play; CaDegr Club 2: Girls' 
AA 2; Va 



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DOROTHY RILEY 

Dot 

"A little bit of mischief done 
up in a small package." 
Ambition: To work in the 
new police station 
Tri-Hi-Y 1; Glee Club 4; 
Commercial Club 4; Com- 
mencement Usherette 3; Var- 
ious Committees. 





JOHN RIVIZZIO 

Rock 
"One of the boys." 
Ambition: Lowell Tech. 



ELIZABETH ROBERTS 

Betty 

"Quiet, yet not so quiet." 
Ambition: Office work 
Commercial Club 4. 



KATHLEEN ROEGER 

Kathy 
"The eyes have it." 
Ambition: Secretary 
Girls' AA 2; Y-Teens 1; Glee 
Club 4; Various Committees. 



BEVERLY ROSSI 

"A smile a day keeps the 
doctor away." 

Italian Club 4. 



REGINA RUDIS 

Ginger 

"Full of fun, full of life." 
Ambition: Business Adminis- 
tration 

Y-Teens 2; Commercial Club 
4; Various Committees. 



JANICE RUSSELL 

Jan 

"The world is made for fun 
and frolic." 
Ambition: Secretary 
Girls" AA 2; Y-Teens 1; Var- 
ious Committees. 



CYNTHIA SABBAGH 

Cindy 

"To know her is a pleasant 
fate." 

Ambition: Dietician 
College Club 2, 3, 4; Blue 
and White 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 




NELLA DAWN 
SANBORN 

Nella 

"With patience, friendliness, 
and faithfulness combined, 
she's the nicest girl we could 
ever find." 

Ambition: To be a success in 
whatever I choose. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Treasurer 4; Band 1; 
Cheerleader 4; Orchestra 1; 
PTSA Secretary 4; Girls' AA 
2; Various Committees. 



TIMOTHY 
SANTANGELO 

Tim 

"Gives his best to every task." 

Ambition : Bookkeeper 

Glee Club 3, 4; Commercial 




JOSEPHINE SAPUPPO 

Jo 

"She knows how to sew, She 
knows how to bake; Oh! 
What a wonderful wife she 
will make." 

Ambition: Nurse 
College Club 2, 3, 4; Blue 
and White 3, 4; Girls' AA 2; 
Various Committees. 



ROSEMARY R. 
SAVONA 

Ro 

"Every day is a holiday." 
Ambition: Illustrator 
Y-Teens 1; Italian Club 2; 
Talent Show 3; Glee Club 3; 
Commercial Club 4; Various 
Committees. 




GEORGIA SCANLON 

Skeets 
"She aims to please." 
Ambition: Medical Secretary 
Blue and White 4; Commer- 
cial Club 4; Various Commit- 
tees. 



SANDRA SEGLIN 

Sandi 

"Always cheerful company." 
Ambition: Singer 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' AA 
2; Talent Show 1, 2. 



JOHN L. SERIA 

Seria 

"Women delight me not." 
Ambition: Constructive En- 
gineer 

Italian Club 3; Chess Club 
3; Bowling Team 3, 4. 



JUDITH SHEARER 

J u die 

"On with the dance." 
Ambition: Secretary 
Y-Teens 1, 2; Commercial 
Club 4; Various Committees. 





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EDWARD A. SKEIRIK 

"Silence. Genius at work." 
Ambition: To become a fa- 
mous mountain climber 
Cadets 1. 




DAVID SKELLY 

Dave 

"Merrily on his way." 
Ambition: Draftsman 
Band 3, 4; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DIANA JEAN SLEEPER 

Dinni 

"When you're tall, there's 
more of you to like." 
Ambition: Nurse 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freld 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls* AA 
2 ; Various Committees. 



RICHARD SLOMBA 

Dick 

"Tall, dark, and handsome." 
Ambition : Draftsman 
Cadets 1: Glee Club 3, 4; 
Various Committees. 



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GENE SMITH 

Smitty 

"If he's athletic and witty. 
You know that it's Smitty." 
Ambition: Lawyer 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3, 4. 



JOSEPH SOBEL 

Joe 

"Oh, for the open road!" 
Ambition: Aeronautical En- 
gineer 

Golf 1; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 
3, 4; Bowling 1; Various 
Committees. 



EDWARD LAWRENCE 
STRONDAK 

Larry 

"Always ready to laugh." 
Ambition : Mechanical Engi- 
neer 

Football 3. 



URSULA BRENDA 
STUNDZE 

Bulldozer 
"Good worker, good sport, 
good friend." 

Ambition : Physical Educa- 
tion Teacher 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Girls' AA 2; 
Y-Teens 1, 3, 4; Various 
Committees. 





BARBARA JOAN 
SUGDEN 

Barb 

"Speak out; hide not thy 
thoughts." 

Ambition : Private Secretary. 



JOHN TAYLOR 

Johnny 
"Man of the hour." 

Ambition: Law and Business 
Administration 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 

Staff; Various Committees. 



ROBERT TETLER 

Bob 

"Nothing ever worries him." 
Ambition: Business Executive 
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 
4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 
1; Cadets 1, 2, Officer 3, 4; 
Senior Play; Color Guards 2. 



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BERT TKACH 

Peck 

"None but himself can be 
his parallel." 

Ambition: Football Coach 
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Class 
Vice President 1, 2, 3; Vari- 
ous Committees. 



JOHN PHILIP 
TOMBARELLI 

Johnny 

"Liked by all who know him." 
Ambition: Pilot 
Football 3, 4; Basketball 4; 
Track 4; Glee Club 3; Cadet 
Officer 4; Various Commit- 
tees. 



BETTE ANN VENTURA 

Peaches 
"A penny for your thoughts." 
Ambition: Private Secretary 
Blue and White 4; Italian 
Club 2; Commercial Club 4. 



KENNETH VIVENZIO 

Ken 

"Pleasure first, let work take 
care of itself." 

Ambition : Retire on a gov- 
ernment pension 
Track 1; Cadets 2; Glee Club 
3, 4; Various Committees. 



LARRY WAITE 

Herbie 

"You've got to be a football 
hero." 

Ambition: Coach 
Baseball 1, 2, 4, Co-captain 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cadets 1, 
2, 3, Officer 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 






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LEE WARD 

Ching 

"A girl with a million assets." 
Ambition: Legal Secretary 
Glee Club I; Blue and White 
3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Y 
Teens 2, 3, 4; Various Com- 
mittees. 



PHYLLIS PATRICIA 
WHITAKER 

PkyU 

"A merry heart for all the 
day." 

Ambition: Hospital work 
Hockey .Manager 4; Italian 
Club Treasurer 4; Commence- 
ment Usherette 3; Various 
Committee?. 



ALFRED WHOLLEY 

Al 

"Liked by all who know him" 
is this new member of our 
class from Central Catholic 
High School 
Ambition: Navy career. 



ELEANOR WILK 

Elly 

"A shout, a laugh, a crowd 
that's gay; With Elly in its 
center every day." 
Ambition: Teacher 
Y-Teens 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 
Captain 4; Class Secretary 1, 
3; Glee Club 1; Blue and 
White 3, Assistant Editor 4; 
Yearbook Staff; Math Club 
1; Honor Society 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Usherette 3; Col- 
lege Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; 
Girls' A A 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 



CAROLE WILSON 

Will 

"Let a smile be your um- 
brella." 

Ambition: Housewife and 
mother 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Student 
Council 2; Class Treasurer 
3, 4; Commencement Usher- 
ette 3; Various Committees. 



CAROLYN WLODYKA 
Cat 

"Clothes make the woman as 
well as the man." 

Ambition: Airline Hostess 
Blue and White Staff 3. 4; 
Girls' AA 2; Commencement 
Usherette 3; Various Com- 
mittees. 



PATRICIA ZELLES 

Pat 

"What's life without a 
smile?" 

Ambition: Teacher 
College Club 2; Various Com- 
mittees. 

Senior Play; Yearbook Busi- 
ness Chairman; Honor Society 
3, 4; Various Committees. 




Here's to our winning team. Due 
to the invincible combination of team 
skill and school spirit, our Rangers 
have made the 1957 Football season 
one of the most outstanding in 
Methuen's history. 

For two consecutive years we have 
succeeded in overcoming our arch- 
rival Andover High School. 



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Manager 

Maurice Doyle 
Danny O'NeU 
Charlie Tompkins 
Kenneth Whiteside 
Bert Tkach 

Mr. Barry 

Coach 
Bill Goterich 
Bernie Licata 
Clifford HaUer 
John Braciska 

Captain 

Larry Waite 
Richard Lynch 
Carmen Diadamo 



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Sxecutive <z*tct 
Z<tito>U<zl Sta^d 

Standing: Circulation Manager, Clifford 
Haller; Assistant Editors, Mary Derderian, 
Constance Donovan; Art Editor, Carol 
Farquhar; Business Manager, Charles Hani- 
blet. Seated: Assistant Editor, Carmela 
Fichera; Editor-in-Chief, Barbara Alcarese; 
Photography Editor, Olga Nassar. 

Standing: Circulation, Joyce Lees, Bert 
Tkach: Photography, Lee Connell; Busi- 
ness, John Taylor, Anne Fluet. Seated: 
Art, Jane Kinlock, Carol Meyer; Photog- 
raphy. Eleanor Wilk, Frances Foster. 




Standing: Eileen Zingali, Rose Matses, Kathy Chawlek. Vincent Holis, George Slack, Edward Crotcau, Linda Borden, Corresponding 
Secretary; Sandra Dietrich, Susan Hajjar, Brenda Hajjar. Seated: Carole Meyer, Dorothea Budd, Recording Secretary; Joyce Lees, Presi- 
dent; Nella Dawn Sanborn, Treasurer; Khalaf Elias Khalaf. 





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Vice President; 
Front ro«K 




Colonel: LAWRENCE WATTE 

Instructor: KKNA MORRISETTE 




Carol Adams. 25 Union St. 

Barbara Alcarese, 40 Beverly St. 

Robert Andrew, 11 Barker St. 

Gerald Andrews, 44 Strathmore Rd. 

Eleanor Antonelli, 196 Jackson St., Lawrence 

John Arakelian, 175 Tyler St. 

Barbara Aubert, 25 Merrill St. 

Marianne Badolato, 8 Pleasant Circle 

Eunice Baker, Lowell Rd., Windham, N. H. 

Grace Barraclough, 31 Jane Rd. 

Richard Bennett, 38 Mystic St. 

Edward Beniot, 13 Kimball Rd. 

Catherine M. Bergman, 17 Spruce St. 

Doris Bernard, 6 Washington Court 

William Bosco, 82 Oakside Ave. 

Jacqueline Boudreau, 17 Beverly St. 

John Braciska, 50 Causway St. 

Russell Brearley, 8 Norgate Rd. 

Patricia Brett, 26 Oakland Ave. 

Judith Brouck, 18 Court St. 

Dorothea Budd. 488 Broadway 

Maureen Burke, 330 Hampshire Rd. 

James Cameron, 27 Camden St. 

Richard Carbonneau, 106 Hampshire Rd. 

Bernice Cieslik, Dracut St. 

Emily Connell, 64 Lowell St. 

Margaret Conom, 55 Hampstead St. 

Patricia Cross, 55 Strathmore Rd. 

Donald Crossley, Gage Hill. Pelham, N. H. 

Carolyn Crucius. Range Rd., Windham, N. H. 

Joan Marie Cyr, 521 Lowell St. 

William Dalton, 2 Short St. 

Joyce De Andrus, 21 Houston Ave. 

James Delaney, 117 Vermont St. 

Mary Derderian, 55 Arlington St. 

Charles Di Pietro, 25 Weisner Parkway 

Constance T. Donovan, 96 Ashland Ave. 

Ruth Doyle, 45 Green St. 

Lionel Dupont, 125 West St. 

Dorothy Eldon, 105 Pleasant St. 

Edward Elias, 47 Cypress Ave. 

Elaine Eliet. 11 Tenney St. 

Elsie Esperian, 8 Barker St. 

Carole Epp, 24 Swan Ave. 

Margaret Epp, 24 Swan Ave. 

Rachael Farelli, 17 Somerset St. 

Carol Farquhar, 634 Prospect St. 

Carolyn Fay, 9 Longwood Drive 

Gerald Fay, 3 Woodside Ave. 

Athena Felides, 17 Wellington St. 

Michael Ferrara, 43 Ridge Rd. 

Geraldinr 1 t rraro, 29 Milk Ave. 

Joanne Ferraro, 39 Center St. 



Carmela Fichera, 22 Milk St. 

Ann Fluet, 25 Jackson St. 

Paul Fluet, 9 May Court 

Frances Foster, 71 Edgewood Ave. 

Margaret Fox, 12 Hampstead St. 

Gene Fragala, 1 Hilltop Rd. 

Mildred Frye, 5 Brown St. 

Jacquelyn Gagne, 367 Howe St. 

Marilyn Gagne, 367 Howe St. 

Philip Gagnon, 110 Pelham St. 

Patricia Gallant. 102 Jackson St. 

Gertrude Giardinella, 1 Renfew St. 

Richard Goebel, 471 Lowell St. 

Beverly Grasso, 99 Lawrence St. 

Vincent Greco, 119 Lawrence St. 

Elaine Gueli, 13 Gleason St. 

Peter Guglielmino, 39 Simone St. 

Edward Habeeb, 24 Newport St. 

Robert Habeeb. 24 Newport St. 

Ruth Ann Habeeb, 11 Caswell Ave. 

Barry Hajjar, 20 Linden Ave. 

Clifford Haller. Ill Lowell St. 

Charles Hamblet, 12 Houston Ave. 

Ann Hamilton, 8 Summit Ave. 

William Haswell, 400 Broadway 

Frank Hayden, 122 Haverhill St. 

Robert Hertrick, 71 Davis Rd. 

Diana Higginbottom, 146*4 Oakland Ave. 

John Hobbs, 18 Joy Terrace 

Jane Hodge. 18 Clinton St. 

William Hoffmeier, 197 Oakland Ave. 

Faith Holden, 9 Barry Ave. 

John Holgate, 8 Miller St. 

Sanford Hoskin, Pelham, N. H. 

Judy Houghton, 22 Tenney St. 

John Hughes, 7 Tenney St. 

Priscilla Hurlbutt, 11 Gleason St. 

William Iannalfo, 101 Birchwood Rd. 

David Jean, 31 High St. 

Christine Jesser, 148 Merricack St. 

John Joyce, 9 Burgess St. 

Leo Jusko, 9 Clayton Ave. 

William Kady, 193 East St. 




Arline Kahan, 148 Lowell St. 

Beverly Kennedy, 49 Union St. 

Robert Kennedy, 171 Phillips St. 

Khalaf E. Khalaf, 55 Spruce St. Lawrence 

Judy Kilcoyne, 85 Phillips St. 

Mary Lou King, 19 Barker St. 

Jane Kinlock, 191 Phillips St. 

Marie Lambert, 24 Emery St. 

Gloria Lamontagne, 491 Lowell St. 

Henry Lancaster, 75 Terrace Ave. 

Mary Laorenza, 263 Merrimack St. 

Barbara Lawrie, 48 Tenney St. 

Richard Leach. 25 Camden St. 

Jefferson Lee, 467 Howe St. 

Joyce Lees, 4 Durrell St. 

Mary Ellen Levesque, 174 Pelham St. 

Robert Lima, 132 Broak St. 

Mary Jane Linehan, 9 Ashland Ave. 

Carolynne Los, 1 East River PI. 

Richard Lynch, 50 Woburn St. 

Patricia Mahoney, 70 Union St. 

Robert Mailhot. 128 Pleasant Valley St. 

Walter Magerison, 46 Tenney St. 

Carole Marsland, 44 Cypress Ave. 

Isabell Martelle, 183 Broadway 

Brenda Marsh, 129 Oakland Ave. 

Caroline Mathews, 12 Hartung St. 

Marguerite Max, 71 Milk St. 

Richard Marziarz, 18 Westland St. 

John McAndrew, 119 Winthrop Ave. 

Byron McCarthy, 47 North St. ' 

Timothy McCarthy, 12 Union St. 

John James McMorrow, 1 Kimball Rd. 

Carmela Melisi, 20 Joy Terrace 

Brenda Mellor, 189 Hampshire St. 

Maureen Metcalfe, 461 Prospect St. 

Carole Meyer, 57% Oakland Ave. 

Clarice Miele, 310 Merrimack St. 

William Morelle, 10 Hampstead St. 

Carole Murach, 61 Oakland Ave. 

Robert Murad, 19 Linden Ave. 

Patricia Murphy, 112 Oakside Ave. 

Olga Nassar, Morrison Rd., Windham, N. H. 

Nina Nicolosi, 34 Merrimack St. 

Patricia O'Neil, 72 Ford St. 

Shirley Patch, 145 Center St. 



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Margery Pauk, 83 Boston St. 

Stella Pepin, 79 Pinehurst Ave. 

Mary Perdis, 9 Arthur St. 

Peter Peront, 35 Maple St. 

Neil Perry, 15 High St. 

James Picarillo, 4 Hemenway St. 

Mary Pierce, 4 Ashland Ave. 

Sandra Pierog, 16 Brown St. 

Richard Pirozek, 103 Broadway 

Sandra Piatt, 511 Prospect St. 

George Pomphret, 32 Mystic St. 

Sandra Potvin, 96 Taft Ave. 

Marilyn Prunier, 92 Bay State Rd. 

Stanley Puzniak, 40 Arlington St. 

Richard Ralph, 5 Kimball Rd. 

Edward Reed. 28 Gage St. 

Sabastian Reitano, 481 Prospect St. 

Shirley Ricci, 285 Merrimack St. 

Dorothy Riley, 16 Arnold St. 

John Riviezzo. 23 Oakland Ave. 

Elizabeth Roberts, 26 Gage St. 

Kathleen Roeger, 83 Ashland Ave. 

Beverly Rossi, 189 Oak St. 

Regina Rudis, 536 Merrimack St. 

Janice Russell, 18 Gage St. 

Cynthia Sabbagh, 15 Albion St. 

Nella Dawn Sanborn, 98 Pleasant St. 

Timothy Santangelo, 17 Weisner Parkway 

Josephine Sapuppo, 204 East St. 

Rosemary Savona, 14 Madison St. 

Georgia Scanlon, 4 Hudson St. 

Sandra Seglin, 34 Camden St. 

John Seria, 11 Linwood Ave. 

Judith Shearer, 128 Oakland Ave. 

Edward Skeirik, 143 Jackson St. 

David Skelly, 85 Pelham St. 

Diana Sleeper, 19 Somerset St. 

Richard Slomba, 85 Ames St. 

Eugene Smith, 30 Dewey St. 

Joseph Sobel, 106 Howe St. 

Lawrence Strondak, 40 Westland St. 

Ursula Stundze, 168 Tenney St. 

Barbara Sugden, 64 Phillips St. 

John Taylor, 10 Arnold St. 

Robert Teller, 10 Carroll St. 

Bert Tkach, 90 Birchwood Rd. 

John Tomborelli, 40 Paris St. 

Bette Anne Ventura, 27 Buswell Ave. 

Kenneth Vivenzio, 663 Prospect St. 

Lawrence Waite, 12 Cypress Ave. 

Lee Ann Ward, 155 Hampshire Rd. 

Phyllis Whitaker. 16 Spruce St. 

Alfred Wholley, 162 Tenney St. 

Eleanor Wilk, 132 Hampshire Rd. 

Carole Wilson, 29 Lincoln St. 

Carolyn Wlodyka, 119 Merrimack 

Patricia Zelles, 18 Kimball Rd. 




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Time: 1969 Place: Broadway. Methuen 

Cliff: Excuse me, miss, could you tell me where the new Methuen High School is? 

Elly: Why certainly. Well, if it isn't Cliff Haller! Gosh. I haven't seen you for such 
a long time! 

Cliff: Why, Elly Wilk! It's good to see someone I know in this big city. What have 
you been doing with yourself? 

Elly: I'm principal of the Searles Elementary School; and the class of '58 is well 
represented on the faculty. Ruth Habeeb is the assistant principal; Fran Foster is the 
reading supervisor; Faith Holden teaches handwriting; Peg Conom is the drawing 
teacher; Elaine Gueli is the guidance director; and Mel Melisi is the gym instructor. 
But what brings you here? 

Cliff: I'm here to attend the National Convention of Engineers and Draftsmen. I 
arrived this morning by Methuen Transworld Airlines, which is owned by Pete Gugliel- 
mino. The plane was piloted by Walt Margerison and co-piloted by Jack Joyce. Boy, 
what a ride! Jack was telling me that Jan Russell, Marilyn Gagne. Millie Frye, Peggy 
Fox, Regina Rudis, and Stella Pepin are serving as hostesses for the same airline. 

Elly: Some of our classmates are also here for the convention. They are: Chairman 
Camie Fichera, Bob Mailhot, Bob Hertrick, John Hobbs, Neil Perry, Jim Cameron. 
Larry Strondak, Bill Haswell, Bob Murad, Bill Kady, Bill Dalton, and John Seria. 

Cliff: As I walked along Broadway, I noticed that many of our old friends are operat- 
ing successful businesses right here in Methuen. 

Elly: Yes, just look at those signs! Hajjar's Meat Market; Crucius' Typewriter Shop: 
Jusko's Moonray Bakery; Brouck Detective Agency; Pauk & Wholley Pharmacy; Lee 
Oriental Tea Company; Crossley & Tombarelli Garage; The Gagnon-Skelly Salvage 
Company; and the Holgate Fruit & Produce Co. They buy their products from the 
Horskin-Reitano Farm, and their legal business is taken care of by the Peront Asso- 
ciates. 

Cliff: By the way, I'm staying at the McMorrow Hilton Hotel. Jim has bought the 
old Hilton chain and has become a big success in the hotel business. 

Elly: Yes, Chris Jesser manages a beauty shoppe in the McMorrow Hilton, and making 
over the customers' faces are Georgia Scanlon and Betty Roberts. The most widely used 
product in the shoppe are the Doris Bernard cosmetics. 

Right next door to the hotel, Carole Meyer and Nella Sanborn are managing a school 
for cheerleaders. 

Cliff: In a letter I recently received from Bert Tkach. he said that Ted Benoit is 
making a name for himself as a psychologist. Business must be pretty good! His secre- 
taries are Diana Higginbottom and Bev Kennedy. Joyce DeAndrus is the receptionist. 

Elly: Speaking of Bert, he's teaching histor\ at the high school, which was designed 



by George Pomphret. Jim Piccerillo. and Dick Leach. Eddie Reed is the Principal 
there, and some of the teachers are Bob Andrew — science, Bob Kennedy — Latin. Jane 
Kinlock — biology. Lee Ward — shorthand. Ruth Doyle — art. Priscilla Hurlbutt — English. 
The coaches are Ursula Stundze. Bob Tetler. and Larry Waite. 

Cliff: Another new building is the massive Slomba office building, which was designed 
bv Stan Puzniak and Russ Brearley. 

Elly: I know. Some secretaries working there are Shirley Ricci — real estate agency: 
Jud) Shearer — Optometrist office; Elaine Eliet. Dot Riley, and Bev Rossi — lawyer's 
office: Mary Derderian and Eunice Baker — travel agency: Jackie Gagne. Eleanor 
Antonelli, and Mary Perdis — theatrical agency; Phyl Whitaker and Geri Ferraro — 
doctor's office: Jean Neale. Carolyn Wlodyka. and Pat Mahoney — insurance agency: 
Carol Epp and Grace Barraclough — doctor's office; Carol Adams — Roeger Beauty 
Salon: Barbara Sugden — dental laboratory: Bette Ventura — detective agency; and Bev 
Grasso, who has finally, after eleven years, graduated from Mcintosh, is doing secretarial 
work for a criminal lawyer. 

Cliff: Bert also told me that Barbara Alcarese is operating her own library, and she 
employs Athena Felides. Cynthia Sabbagh. and Gloria Lamontagne as bookworms. 

While I was in New York, I saw Pat O'Neil. Pat Gallant. Moe Metcalfe, Mary Laorenza, 
Vin Greco, and Chuck Depietro. who are still performing as the Darnelles. 

Elly: At the Powder Puff, here in Methuen. Mike Ferrara and his band are performing 
with Sand) Seglin. Jackie Boudreau. and Tim Santangelo as the featured vocalists. 

Cliff: I noticed as I was walking from the airport that Joan Cyr. Margerite Max. 
Marv Linehan. and Clarice Miele are operating a beautv salon. 

Elly: Yes, and located in the same block is the First National, which is managed by 
John Taylor: Barbara Aubert is assistant manager: Shirley Patch is the accountant: Dot 
Elden is the bookkeeper: Gertrude Giardinella. Elsie Esperian. and Pat Brett are 
cashiers. 

The dancing school owned l>\ Man Ellen Levesque was built bv John Arakalian and 
F.ddie Habeeb. The advertising for the school was done b\ Rosie Savona. Sandi Potvin. 
and Bernice Cieslak. 

Cliff: I have heard that the accounting firm of Maziarz. Morelle, and Iannalfo is ver) 
successful. Their motto is: "We count anything, even sheep!"' 

What is the building on Mama Fr\e*s Hill? 

Elly: That is the newest wing of the Bon Voyage Hospital. John McAndrew and 
Byron McCarth) designed the electrical wiring, which was installed In Jim Delanex 
and Gene Fragala. The landscaping was done In Bill Hoffmeier. 

Cliff: There must be quite a representation of the class working as nurses there. 

Ell) : ^ es. four of the supervisors are Jane Hodge. Marie Lambert. Carol Los. and Jo 
Sapuppo; the physical therapists are Connie Donovan. Sand\ Piatt. Sandv Pierog. and 
I.ee Council: doing well as \-ra\ technicians areLucky Nassar and Ann Hamilton: Pat 



Zelles, Muggs Epp, Rae Farelli. Judy Kilcoyne, Judy Houghton, and Dorrie Budd are 
all working in surgery. Carole Marsland and Carolyn Fay are working at the switch- 
hoard. 

Have you heard anything of Carole Wilson lately ? 

Cliff: Yes, she's the vice president of the First National Bank in Boston, which is 
owned by Jerry Andrew. The tellers are Pat Cross. Bonnie Murphy, Carol Murach, and 
Joanne Ferraro. Branda Marsh is the cashier; and the Board of Trustees consists of 
Joyce Lees, Brenda Mellor, Caroline Mathews, Marilyn Prunier, Barbara Lawrie, Joan 
Martelle, and Cathy Bergman. 

Elly: Did you see in the New York Times that Nina Nicolosi and Marianne Badalato 
are the top clothes designers in the country, and that they designed a wardrobe for Mo 
Burke, who is touring the world after being crowned Miss America of 1968? 

Cliff: Yes. and did you know that Joe Sobel and Jack Hughes are on the staff of the 
Times? Joe is the weather forecaster and Jack is a cartoonist. 

Elly: Yes, many of our friends are in the news this year. Our class is well represented 
in the coming elections. 

Cliff: I know. Tim McCarthy, teamed with Ed Skeirik, is running for president 
against Ken Vivenzio and Jem Fa\. Khalaf Khalaf is running for governor of 
Massachusetts. 

Elly: The Boston Celtics won the championship again. Johnny Braciska and Chuck 
Hamblet played an important part in their victories. 

Cliff: They are very successful in the off-season. Chuch is president of the Boys' 
Clubs of America: and Johnny is running a magazine distributing agency. 

Elly: Did you hear that Anne Fluet is designing rockets for the government? 

Cliff: Yes. From her plans, both the Navv and the Air Force have built rockets, 
which the) will send to the moon. Rickv Ralph. Dave Jean, and Lionel Dupont compose 
the Air Force crew: while Frank Hayden. Bob Habeeb. Ed Elias. Dick Bennett, Bill 
Bosco, Dick Goebel. Dick Pirozek. and Paul Fluet make up the Navv crew. The top 
brass thought that it would be quite a contest to see who would reach the moon first; but 
it seems that Dick Lynch. Dick Carbonneau. and Bob Lima "borrowed" the Air Force 
rocket and beat everyone in the race to the moon ! 

Elly; Yes, it looks that way. I hope you enjoy your stay in Methuen. and I wish you 
luck at the convention. 

Cliff: So long, but mavbe I'll see you again before 1 leave. 

Elly: Either that or the next class reunion. 

Cliff: Bye. 

Elly: Good-bye. 



ELEANOR WILK 
CLIFFORD HALLER 



We the members of the Senior Class of Tenney High School, 
will and testament. 

To the younger members of the group, Judy Bevin and 
Dan O'Neil. we do leave our "Rocking Times," Pat O'Neil, 
Rave Farelli. Higgie. Cal Wlodyka. Dinne Sleeper, and Pat 
Mahoney. 

I. Pat Brett, leave to my cousin, Marie Chadwick, my 
ability to be the last one into all my classes. 

\\ e, William Kady. Sanford Horsken, and Khalaf E. 
Khalaf. leave our trouble ambassador, Sam Gabour, to take 
the place of out former ambassador. Leo Jusko, to the Class 
of '59. 

We. Chris. Pat. and Bonnie leave— IN A HURRY! 

We, Marrianne Badolato and Peggy Conom, do hereby 
leave our desert boots and shetlands, to be filled by two 
collegiate freshmen, Brenda Badolato and Paula Conom. 

I. Jane Hodge, do hereby leave to my brother, Russell, 
my seat in Mr. Kennedy's American History class. 

I. Shirley Ricci. leave to my cousin, Elaine Kudzia, my 
editorial talents. 

I, Joyce DeAndrus, leave to Miss Coulson the memories 
of a quiet well behaved girl. 

I, Carole Wilson, leave to next year's class treasurer the 
nickname. Sandy MacWilson. 

I, Joyce Lees, leave to Eddie Croteau the privilege of 
experiencing the trials and tribulations of being President of 
the Student Council. 

I, Lucky Nassar, leave to some ambitious Junior, my en- 
tire social life, with the wish that he or she may benefit by 
it as much as I have. 

I, Carole Meyer, leave two wilted blue pom poms to Head 
Cheerleader. Jan Pollicella. 

I. Arlene Kahan. leave Mr. Ramsbottom a box of cigars. 

We. Chuck DePietro. and Don Crossley. leave to next 
year's seniors who have Miss Coulson for homeroom, the 
right to use the corridor along the side of the auditorium 
as a drag strip for racing to lunch. 

We. the loquacious girls of Tenney's most famous lunch 
table. Mo. Pat. Kathy, Dot. Ruthie, Faith. Pat. Jackie. Peggy. 
Mel. Cathy. Elsie. Dinni. and Pat. leave our connoisseur. 
Mr. Lister. 



being of sound mind and body, do hereby make this last 



I, Mel Melisi, do hereby bequeath to some deserving 
Junior girl who has Miss Lange for homeroom, my ability to 
write said Junior's own notes and make them look authentic. 

I. Khalaf Khalaf, leave Mrs. Derby my seat in the third 
row. 

We. Josephine Sapuppo and Cynthia Sabbagh, leave to 
two deserving juniors, the honor and privilege of sleep- 
walking the corridors each morning while collecting the 
attendance slips. 

I, Jeff Lee, leave my tea leaves to the cafeteria. 

We, Mr. Rushton's girls. Pat, Faith, and Ruthie. leave 
our chubby little blistered fingers. 

We. Joe Sobel, Dick Slomba, and Ken Vivenzio, leave 
Mrs. Richardson Peace and Quiet. 

I. Maryanne Badalato. leave Mrs. Monroe still wondering 
where I get all my gum. 

I. Carole Murach, leave to a deserving junior, the burnt 
food in Home Economics. 

Bob Kennedy leaves Denise LeClair in the custody of 
Chuck Preneveau. 

I. Carolyn Wlodyka. leave to some weary junior the 
wholesome task of straightening out Mr. Ramsbottom's 
desk which at the end of every week looks like the remains 
of a hurricane. 

I. Brenda Mellor. leave to my cousin. Alan Sifferlen. 
Tenney High with the hopes that his last two years are 
better than mine. 

I. Cliff Haller. leave to Elaine Kolba a compass with 
which to find her way around school. 

We. Pat O'Neil, Cathy Bergman, and Pat Mahoney. leave 
to Judy Bevin the right to stop Dan O'Neil from getting to 
lunch on time. 

We. Margery Pauk and Mary Ellen Levesque leave our 
back seats in Miss Lange's sixth period English class to 
some lucky juniors in hopes that they may have as much 
fun as we had. 

I. Nella Dawn Sanborn, being of sound mind and body, 
hereby leave my permission slip from Mr. Lister to some 
undeserving junior. 



We. the members of the Senior Class do hereby leave to the incoming Freshmen, four years of hard work and fun; to 
this year's Juniors, the privileges and enjoyment of being a Senior; and to all Underclassmen, the privileges of using this 
fine school in hope that they enjoy it as much as we have. 

Signed and witnessed this 9th day of June, in the year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and fifty-eight, as the Last Will and 
Testament of the Class of 1958 of Tenney High School. 



Sign ed 

Olga C. Nassar 
Timothy McCarthy 
Mr. Urville Beaumont 
Mr. William Kennedy 



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